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assembly not accessible because part is in rollback mode

Question asked by Michael Paul on Jan 4, 2018
Latest reply on Jan 4, 2018 by Kevin Chandler

can somebody explain to me what this means and when it matters?

 

sometimes when I'm working on a model that is in rollback mode and I switch to the assembly, everything is fine.  I can go into the assembly and look at things, take cross sections, measure, etc.  other times, I get a message that tells me the assembly is not accessible because a part is in rollback mode.

 

I can't figure out why this happens.  it happens sometimes on the same part that previously worked just fine.  sometimes I have to roll the model past some features and then it will work even though it's still rolled above other features.  it's quite annoying because I don't know what circumstances cause the assembly to be accessible or not.  it's also annoying to have to roll the part model to a point, make a change, then roll to end just to switch to the assembly to see how things look and then promptly roll the part back to make more changes.

 

any insight?

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